Says Congress gave it no choice
‘This agreement will put the Postal Service on the cutting edge of functional fashion’
Thanks to a recent regulatory ruling, the US Postal Service can now offer ‘nonpostal’ services.
House Oversight Committee chair wants $3 billion in cuts, three times what USPS is offering
President Barack Obama has done something no other president has ever done.
Most workers whose jobs are eliminated will stay employed under union rules
Under the law the post office cannot raise prices more than the rate of inflation
The world is changing. The Postal Service needs to change, too.
The Postal Reform Act of 2011 will save taxpayers at least $10.7 billion per year.
Lady Liberty is doomed to be a Vegas showgirl, the Postal Service conceded Friday
‘The Postal Service continues to seek changes in the law to enable a more flexible and sustainable business model’
The Daily Caller has published thousands of op-eds since our launch in January; here are our 20 most interesting
Patrick R. Donahoe says the move is “crucial” to returning USPS to a financially healthy state
Rep. Darrell Issa and his fellow GOP committee chairmen in the House will have subpoena power come January
The head of the American Postal Workers Union responds to an Oct. 12 Daily Caller op-ed, which he describes as “a cheap shot at workers.”
The inevitable pictures of pelicans covered in oil finally surfaced, solidifying this oil spill as the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history. We have not seen this many pictures of unintelligent animals covered in oil since the first season of “Jersey Shore”
EPA HQ contaminated with toxic lead - The Daily Caller
Agency headquarters records lead levels 92,500% above federal limit, gov. let mentally disabled janitors work in most heavily contaminated area
According to U.S. government officials, more marijuana is now being shipped through the U.S. Mail than in recent memory
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The U.S. Postal Service will move this month toward reducing mail delivery from six days a week to five, a change Postmaster General John Potter has said is critical to reducing the agency’s massive debt; Potter said Monday he’ll submit a formal request by the end of this month to the Postal Regulatory Commission, which must issue an advisory opinion on any change in mail service that would have national impact